Explore the Visual History Archive at Trojan Family Weekend
Families exploring USC at Trojan Family Weekend are invited to visit the USC Shoah Foundation exhibit to learn more about the Visual History Archive.
On Friday, Oct. 23, USC Shoah Foundation staff will host a day-long exhibit in Doheny Memorial Library’s Herklotz Room G28. There, visitors can search the Visual History Archive at computer workstations with the help of Institute staff and learn more about USC Shoah Foundation’s work in education and research around the world. The exhibit will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In past years, families have found relatives’ testimonies in the Visual History Archive. Others are simply curious about USC Shoah Foundation and are fascinated to search the archive for the first time and learn about new and upcoming projects.
Trojan Family Weekend is an annual event for USC students and their families. Guests can attend lectures, sporting events, tailgates, concerts, informational exhibits and more.
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